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Removing A Domain from Settings

This article describes how to remove your domain from settings.

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Written by Wyatt Homewood
Updated over a week ago

If your domain is registered with Bizwise:

1. In order to remove your domain, you first have to login to your account at bizwise.com. Next, go to the settings section which can be found under the "My Apps" section.

2. Inside of the settings, you will see the "Domain" section, which should have your existing domain, as well as an "Remove" button next to it.

3. After pressing the "Remove" button, you will be asked to confirm that you indeed want to remove your domain. After you remove it, your domain will revert back to a Bizwise one and you will lose access to any third party services associated with it.

If your domain is registered elsewhere:

If you connected your domain via nameservers:

1. In order to remove your domain, you first have to login to your account at bizwise.com, and go to the settings section, which can be found under the "My Apps" section.

2. If you connected your domain via nameservers, you will see this screen. Press the "Remove" button and proceed to the next step.

3. After pressing the "Remove" button, you will be asked to confirm that you indeed want to remove your domain. After you remove it, your domain will revert back to a Bizwise one and you will lose access to any third party services associated with it.

If you connected your domain via record pointing:

1. In order to remove your domain, you first have to login to your account at bizwise.com, and go to the settings section, which can be found under the "My Apps" section.

2. If you connected your domain via record pointing, you will see this screen. Press the "Remove" button and proceed to the next step.

3. After pressing the "Remove" button, you will be asked to confirm that you indeed want to remove your domain. After you remove it, your domain will revert back to a Bizwise one and you will lose access to any third party services associated with it.

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